Pakistan hands over dossier on ‘Indian terrorism’ to UN chief

The document is a follow up to three dossiers shared with UN in 2015, says Foreign Office


Our Correspondent January 06, 2017
Video shows Kulbhushan Yadav, who is suspected of being an Indian spy, during a press conference in Islamabad on March 29, 2016. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has asked the United Nations to restrain India from interfering in Pakistan and from activities aimed at destabilising the country, the Foreign Office said on Friday.

According to a statement, Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi delivered a dossier, along with a letter from Prime Minister’s adviser on Foreign Affairs, to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on India’s interference and terrorism in the country, particularly Balochistan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and Karachi.

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The dossier, which contained additional information and proof of Indian interference in Pakistan, was a follow up to the three dossiers, which had been shared with the UN in October 2015, the communiqué said.

The dossier urged the UN secretary general and relevant UN bodies to seriously consider the matter in the light of information shared by Islamabad, and play a role in restraining India from activities which were in clear violation of international law and posed a threat to regional and international peace and security.

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